Space . When Thomas Pesquet flies over (and photographs) Dijon and the wine-growing coast of Nuits and Beaune, at an altitude of 400 km

Those who follow Thomas Pesquet on social networks are used to it: the French astronaut, live from the International Space Station, regularly publishes in his free time photos of parts of the world seen from space, and puts France regularly in the spotlight.

This Sunday, Thomas Pesquet posted a collage of several photographs that the Côte-d’Oriens hoped to see one day, representing the wine-growing coast from Dijon to Chalon-sur-Saône, immortalized at an altitude of 400 km!

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Instagram screenshot / Thomas PESQUET
Instagram screenshot / Thomas PESQUET

In Instagram story, the astronaut even offers these followers an animated version zooming in on Dijon and its city center. We had fun finding the premises of the Bien public, boulevard Chanoine-Kir (circled in blue on the photo)!

Thomas Pesquet recently went out into space

As a reminder, Thomas Pesquet is participating in Mission Alpha for six months. Commander aboard the International Space Station during the second half of his stay, the French astronaut should return to Earth in October or November. He recently set off for the third of his life in the vacuum of space to install a new solar panel on the ISS.

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